The summer solstice is celebrated world wide, though not in the ways humans once did.
The best bet may be a mulch mower or compost: leaf collection a big waste.
Autumn's upon us, so journey around the globe for the most stunning fall foliage.
On your next walk in the woods, keep an eye out for some of these wildflowers which bloom later in the year.
Summer ends and a new fall season begins as the Earth will have nearly equal amounts of light and darkness.
Autumn admirers can track the progress of the changing foliage using the U.S. Forest Service's Fall Colors 2013 website. Then use Roadtripper's map to plan ahead for a fall excursion. Continue reading →
The world record for the highest skydive is held by Joe Kittinger, an Air Force Captain who in 1960 jumped out of a balloon from an altitude of 102,800 feet; about 20 miles up, or three times as high as most jet airplanes fly. At that height, sky diving is perhaps better termed "space diving" [...]
The iconic fiery fall foliage of the Yankee forest is showing up later as falls get warmer and winters milder.
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